Back at the beginning of February I was in London to have a go on the Fuji X100F < Blog post at the link, after a couple of hours on this I headed over to London's Chinatown to shoot some street.
I had with me at the time my XE2+23mm 1.4 combo as my X100T was being repaired, so headed out with that, otherwise I would of been with my X100T.
Chinatown is a fairly small but vibrant district, with plenty going on and masses of people, perfect for street photography and in amongst all the other photographers and selfie takers you pretty much blend into the background.
I always find street photography a hard subject to nail down as it is such a broad term and when faced with shooting anything it's very easy to snap away without any real goal in mind. But this year I hope to improve my skills, as such this post is mostly just snapshots to get me back in the right frame of mind, I'll be laying down more precise goals next time I get out and shoot.
The photos here are shot in RAW and edited in Lightroom. Focus is manual for most shots, auto everything else and aperture priority switching between F1.4 and F4, I like a fair amount of background separation in my street work, but this does make focusing harder, as such a good amount of the shots are missing focus, but that doesn't bother me all that much.
I hope you enjoy the photos, feel free to comment below.